Program and Meeting Room Cancellation to Continue Through May 31

We are also unable to accommodate additional holds on physical materials. 

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Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh will remain closed until state and local authorities let us know that it is safe to reopen. This means that we do not yet know when we will resume regular service.

In order to make it possible for our partners, our staff, and our communities to plan for the months ahead, we have decided to cancel all programming, outreach and meeting room reservations through May 31, 2020. If we must extend the cancellations beyond that date, we will provide notice as soon as we are able.

If you have any questions, please feel free to email your usual library contact. However, please understand that we may not be able to reschedule your program, outreach or meeting room use until we resume regular operations.

As of April 8, 2020, our system has reached its capacity for holds on physical materials. We are unable to accommodate additional holds at this time. This change does not impact holds on eResources like eBooks and audio books.

Holds placed prior to April 8, 2020 will be frozen. When we reopen, they will be fulfilled in the order they were received.

Thank you for your support, and we are counting the days until we can be with our community in person once again.

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